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Wonder Woman #50 Review: Stepping Around the Catharsis

Wonder Woman #50 Review: Stepping Around the Catharsis

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Wonder Woman and Steve Trevor meet up before Steve goes off on a tour, now rejoined with the Navy. They reflect on the battle against the Dark Gods, and we go back to Diana's fight against their legion as well as her brother Jason. It's only Wonder Woman left to fight these monstrosities, […]

Wonder Woman #49 Review: Wonder Woman Against the Dark Gods

Wonder Woman #49 Review: Wonder Woman Against the Dark Gods

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Wonder Woman has returned to Earth, and there is new hope that the Dark Gods, led by King Best, can be defeated. Jason joins her sister in the fight, and Steve Trevor coordinates his task force to contain the effect of the Dark Gods. Diana and Jason start with King Best while Karnell, […]

Top and Bottom 5 Comics for June 13th 2018: Hawkman Lives

Top and Bottom 5 Comics for June 13th, 2018: Hawkman Lives

We'v reached the end of another week, and it's time to take stock! That means it's time for the Top and Bottom 5 comics of June 13th, 2018. What will win? What will lose? What will get people mad at me? Let's find out together! Winners 1. Hawkman #1 Hawkman #1 finally came out this week– […]

Wonder Woman #48 Review: An Issue of No Consequence

Wonder Woman #48 Review: An Issue of No Consequence

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Wonder Woman was summoned away from Earth by the Star Sapphire Corps. That leaves Jason on his own to face down the Dark Gods. Thankfully, he is not alone for long, as Supergirl, Steve Trevor, and the Justice League are there to help in the fight for our world. Wonder Woman #48 is […]

Wonder Woman Annual #2 Review: Sometimes All You Need is a Good Annual

Wonder Woman Annual #2 Review: Sometimes All You Need is a Good Annual

This is how he was able to kill so many Star Sapphires so quickly.[caption id="attachment_859280" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Wonder Woman Annual #2 cover by Yasmine Putri[/caption]Oddly enough, Carol Ferris isn’t in this issue, so don’t expect her to make an appearance.That notable absence aside, Wonder Woman Annual #2 is a solid showing from writer James Robinson[...]

Wonder Woman #47 Review: Wonder Woman vs. Supergirl is Awesome

Wonder Woman #47 Review: Wonder Woman vs. Supergirl is Awesome

That is undoubtedly pretty awesome, and it’s sequenced, scripted, and realized well by James Robinson, Stephen Segovia, and Romulo Fajardo JrIt’s less clunky than the fight between Diana and Darkseid of a few issues back, thankfully There are still some moments of questionable scripting—at one point Diana tells Kara that she doesn’t know what[...]

Wonder Woman #46 Review: Abandon Ye Old Gods

Wonder Woman #46 Review: Abandon Ye Old Gods

There’s a lot of bloodshed too, as Barbara Minerva is taking no prisoners from Cale.The dialogue, which has been a problem throughout much of James Robinson’s run on Wonder Woman, holds steady throughout this book There was never a line that frustrated me.The encounter between Diana and Cheetah is great While there is no overt[...]

Trinity #22 Review: The War for Skartaris

Trinity #22 Review: The War for Skartaris

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] The Trinity faces Deimos in combat, but his magic is powerful. He has Superman and Batman restrained while Wonder Woman faces a monstrous Steve Trevor. We learn that Deimos has made arrangements with a security firm in our world, and this has motivated his recent aggressions. Fortunately, Warlord, his sorceress daughter, and the […]

Wonder Woman #44 Review: Fun With Darkseid But the Story is Shallow

Wonder Woman #44 Review: Fun With Darkseid, But the Story is Shallow

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Wonder Woman, Jason, and A.R.G.U.S are at war with Darkseid, Grail, the Female Furies, and their Parademons. Darkseid's servants have almost finished their machine, so the clock is ticking on Diana and her allies to finish off the forces of Apokolips. To start, it's objectively awesome to read a comic that is almost […]

Wonder Woman #42 Review: Diana VS Grail- Fight

Wonder Woman #42 Review: Diana VS Grail- Fight!

It has its problems, and Diana is still not as interesting under James Robinson’s authorship However, this is still a fun superhero read I can recommend it as a good action-oriented issue Feel free to check it out.[rwp-review-ratings id="0"] [rwp-review-form id="0"] [rwp-review-recap id="0"]Jason has returned with new powers and a new suit of armor[...]

Superman #41 Review: A Bittersweet Conclusion to a Nuanced Story

Superman #41 Review: A Bittersweet Conclusion to a Nuanced Story

Dinei Ribeiro’s color art is well-balanced and gorgeous as well.Superman #41 is an impressive showing on the part of James Robinson and company It’s a heavy, complex, and oddly beautiful tale with fantastic art to match This one comes highly recommended Check it out.[rwp-review-ratings id="0"] [rwp-review-form id="0"] [rwp-review-recap id="0"]Superman, Superboy, and Klain speed to Klain’s compound[...]

Read Grand Passion #1 Part of Dynamites Fan Gear Pack Deal

Read Grand Passion #1, Part of Dynamite's Fan Gear Pack Deal

The Dynamite Fan Gear Kickstarter campaign is currently live, and you can find it right here.Today’s free comic is the first issue of the crime thriller / love story of Grand Passion by James Robinson and Tom Feister. One of the comic industry’s finest — James Robinson (Squadron Supreme, Scarlet Witch, Starman) — delivers the surprising, funny, violent, and sexy tale of[...]

Wonder Woman #40 Review: Comes Close to Greatness Missteps Too Many Times to be Even Good

Wonder Woman #40 Review: Comes Close to Greatness, Missteps Too Many Times to be Even Good

Given my last experience with James Robinson’s Wonder Woman, it’s honestly better than I expected The action beats are good, even if they are a little tone-deaf Jason is boring as hell, but he’s not unbearable.[caption id="attachment_792974" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Wonder Woman #40 art by Emanuela Lupacchino, Carmen Carnero, Ray McCarthy, Romulo Fajardo Jr., and Hi-Fi[/caption] Plus,[...]

Superman #40 Review: History Repeats Itself in an Attempt to Stop History From Repeating Itself

Superman #40 Review: History Repeats Itself in an Attempt to Stop History From Repeating Itself

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] It's the anniversary of Krypton's destruction, and Superman has brought his son, Jonathan aka Superboy, to the Fortress of Solitude to observe the occasion. While the two men of Krypton are there, the Fortress' computers detect another planet undergoing the same processes which Krypton experienced before its destruction. Superman goes to help, and […]



DC Announces $10 80-Page Monster Romance One-Shot From All-Star Lineup In February

DC Announces $10 80-Page Monster Romance One-Shot From All-Star Lineup In February

The comic has an all star creative team including Paul Dini, James Robinson, Jeff Lemire, Steve Orlando, Mark Russell, Kyle Higgens, Alisa Kwitney, Phil Hester, Guillem March, Frazer Irving, Kelley Jones, and more Will that "and more" include more than one woman? Will it be edited by Eddie Berganza? We'll find out, we suppose.The press[...]

Wonder Woman #32 Review: Parademons And Parents

Wonder Woman #32 Review: Parademons And Parents

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Wonder Woman as well as Steve Trevor and his Oddfellows have found a Parademon nest in the Catacombs underneath Paris. This is somehow related to Grail's killing of Hercules, even if Diana can't prove it yet. After clearing the nest, Diana shown the extent of Hercules' estate by Hooper. A part of this […]

2000 AD #2050 Review: A Mixed Bag With Some Compelling Tales

2000 AD #2050 Review: A Mixed Bag With Some Compelling Tales

It brown-yellow color palette fits the depressing world of Mega City One.Unfortunately, this doesn’t help the conspiratorial plot which tries to fit a square peg into a round hole.The episode of Rogue Trooper by James Robinson and Leonardo Manco features the crew of a roaming super-tank observing the titular Rogue Trooper barreling towards them[...]